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Date: 20th August 2018

The redevelopment of Emerald Headingley Stadium is the most exciting and highly anticipated improvement in over a century.

Date: 20th August 2018

Community sport in Middlesex has been given a major boost as construction works have now started on a new multi-million pound Parklife Football Hub in Gunnersbury Park.

Date: 6th August 2018

As the players from the Indian and English camp drew praise for an exciting first Test, the real heroes were the ground staff at Edgbaston, who, battling an ongoing heatwave, managed to prepare a w

Date: 30th July 2018

The intense heat has made pitch preparation problematic, and some drastic solutions were found in the summer of 1976.

Date: 27th July 2018

Most people want to win an award. Just the fact of being nominated by your boss, your peers or your team can bring a huge number of benefits to those involved. And in these challenging times, any l

Date: 18th July 2018

This is one of the statements made by the Amenity Forum Chairman in the Voluntary Initiative’s recently released Annual Report.

Date: 18th July 2018

Only one in three pitches at grassroots level is of adequate quality, says the Football Association.

Date: 13th July 2018

A Swansea rugby club's bosses are "devastated" after one of their pitches was set alight in a suspected arson.

Date: 2nd July 2018

The invaluable role played by stable, stud and racecourse staff has been recognised by Racing Staff Week, which began on Saturday.

Date: 22nd June 2018

Canadian Grant Cantin was working maintenance at the Lakes Golf Club in Sydney, Australia, when he was offered a summer job working on the crew at the All England Lawn and Tennis Club in London, ho

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